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#21 Karmachanic

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Posted 22 January 2019 - 18:01

use better paper like Tomoe River

 

Ink sits on top of the Tomoe River I have. Blotter of some kind definitely called for with medium and wet inks. I use a piece of cheap copy paper folded in half for A5 journals.


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Posted 22 January 2019 - 21:35

 

Ink sits on top of the Tomoe River I have. Blotter of some kind definitely called for with medium and wet inks. I use a piece of cheap copy paper folded in half for A5 journals.

 

If you don't have the time to let the ink dry, then a blotter paper is the best solution. I have a piece that comes with my nanami a5 notebook. In regards to the bleed through issue, I've never had that problem with Tomoe River paper.


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#23 Karmachanic

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Posted 22 January 2019 - 21:51

 

If you don't have the time to let the ink dry, then a blotter paper is the best solution. I have a piece that comes with my nanami a5 notebook. In regards to the bleed through issue, I've never had that problem with Tomoe River paper.

 

Agreed. When I want bleed-through I use Moleskine or that stuff I use in lieu of blotting paper. Works every time! :P


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Posted 22 January 2019 - 22:36

two answers IMO (both already mentioned)

fast answer: use blotting paper

slow answer: wait for ink to dry - "blotting paper ruins shading" - how true!

 

I try to adopt the second choice, when possible







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